Lara Stone talks post-pregnancy fitness for 'The Edit'

Lara Stone talks post-pregnancy fitness for 'The Edit'


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Lara Stone celebrates a year of motherhood and getting back into shape by way of chic and minimalistic sports-themed shoot for 'The Edit' – Net-a-Porter's online magazine

A year after giving birth to her son, Alfred, Lara Stone has covered The Edit for Net-a-Porter – following in the recent footsteps of Alexa Chung and Poppy Delevingne.

The Edit's Jennifer Dickenson writes, "I will happily confess to having something of a longstanding crush on Lara Stone. She doesn't just look good in clothes, making the pieces she wears desirable, she is desirable. It could well be that, as a 'woman with curves' myself, I identify with her shape, the way fabrics undulate over her body. She certainly brings a beautiful, intense strength to her photoshoots - the crew on our shoot were quite simply blown away." 

The issue focusses on The Body and talks about how Stone worked hard with trainer James Duigan to change her lifestyle and reclaim her body, with the aim of becoming stronger, healthier and more toned. 

Te issue also includes a revealing interview with principal dancer Yuan Yuan Tan about the incredible dedication it takes to succeed in ballet, as well as vacations with exhilaration as their goal.

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